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THIS WEEK'S TOP 5 TRENDING STORIES
1. CIBC Mellon adds Mississauga office
Growth is a common reason for companies to relocate. Indeed, it was one of two key drivers behind CIBC Mellon’s recent move into a Mississauga outpost. The financial services provider was in expansion mode after acquiring new business. Risk management was the other key driver behind CIBC Mellon’s move. As a matter of business continuity, it selected a site in the large suburban centre rather than searching for additional space in downtown Toronto.
 
2. Canadian retail market trends spur opportunity
Food service expectations and millennial eating habits, demand for warehouse space, e-commerce and increasing consumer savvy are just a few factors impacting all facets of the retail market across Canada.
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3. Copeman Healthcare Centre opens in Vancouver
Copeman Healthcare Centre's new consolidated facility successfully addresses issues of wayfinding, flow inefficiencies and communication between staff.
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4. Guard patrols get digital back-up
Technology, from drones to virtual reality, is changing routine checks that protect people and properties.
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5. National Arts Centre renovates Southam Hall
Following a three-month-long renovation to add comfort and improve the acoustics of its main auditorium, Ottawa’s National Arts Centre (NAC)’s Southam Hall has re-opened.
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